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NO DF.VIF.D v AS i'OTr.NT AS Dll ,\!01->K‘S lNl:l \N 1: ! :i *T DILLS. “ For Diii-i" D v £ S I Rov, of ! l:'.vv i "< I'-’- 1 ' found Dr M-.r.-Ari L.-D S'- iM- v.-ry useful ill hani.-hi;:y Fu. <i. uc-.-u.;? iitaJuov with which I was n.iihtp i. i am pDase ! to relate that Ilf/ nth t !.’«• iu. t urneiualpy of some friends I first Jv.-'rarte convir.cvt that 1 should try your nntTy. and th. if u.-o has rewarded my efforts, as i am no longer the great sufferer that I was in the" past, V';u can use this testimony for puhMcaiio ; if dedred.” The climate of New Zealand is such that the Liver qe* i out of order quicker than any other otyr,-. or tine body. t\ T hen ‘ne liver does -r r -t oat of <-i dcr the whtA: system is ups-.t, and Constipation, Biliou. - ness, arm Stonui'li Troubles follow speedily Dr Mor eV Ln ,-ti Root Ptli.i reach the liver in n sati tnu ry I’hey open the oh ; -• r f dnet • -dir, wing i’. . ill!, id fin- . ■ C..-e -I i'll to digester. a .d-tie: ~{ f.,od. C'n stipatior., Dili .’ ■ c Sl'irn-ii Tro-tl.-V-, and Sick Head udica an; ihn i<■ u’t of Liv.-x inactivity, and the rnnniv tliat “S'i;.the Liver ” will at once relic, ve these distressing comp!-inis. [Advt.] rr

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THEY STIR THE LIVER., Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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THEY STIR THE LIVER. Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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